The music of Gurdjieff - De Hartmann.. T De Hartmann
In Gurdjieffâs view, music like other traditional sciences must above all serve to lead humanity toward awakening. Most of the music we listen to, however, is âsubjective.â Not only does it flow from the composerâs subjective state but it affects each listener according to the subjective state in which he happens to be. Infinitely rarer is âobjectiveâ music which requires an objective knowledge of human nature, most specifically of the function and properties of feeling and how feeling is affected by the specific âqualitiesâ of each vibration. Objective music affects all people in the same way. It not only touches the feelings but transforms them, bringing the listener to a unified or âharmoniousâ state within himself and thus to a new relation with the universe which is itself a field of vibrations. According to Gurdjieff, the seven-note musical scale expresses a fundamental cosmic law, the âLaw of Octavesâ which governs the development of vibrations, the flow of energy, in all phenomena in the universe.
01. Holy Affirming. Holy Denying. Holy Reconciling.mp3 02. The Resurrection of Christ.mp3 03. Prayer and Despair.mp3 04. Sayyid No. 10.mp3 05. Hymm (Jan. 2, 1927).mp3 06. Sacred Reading from the Koran.mp3 07. Sayyid Song.mp3 08. Hymn for Easter Thursday.mp3 09. Hymn to the Endless Creator.mp3 10. Prayer No. 2.mp3 11. Essene Hymn.mp3 12. Hymn from a Great Temple.mp3 13. Rejoice, Beelzebub!.mp3 14. Bayaty.mp3 15. Kurd Melody from Isfahan.mp3 16. Meditation.mp3 17. The Struggle of the Magicians No. 1.mp3